20 December 2019

Stirlin work with Saxilby Parish Council on community projects

Stirlin are pleased to be working with Saxilby Parish Council and assisting them with various projects in the community. The works form part of the parish council’s wider development plans for the area.

As part of the latest works, Stirlin have planted three Betula Snow Queen Birch trees within the play area on the Memorial Field.

Earlier in the year, Stirlin also assisted the Grounds Team, providing labour and machinery to assist with the removal of existing fencing and the installation of new fencing for the same play area.

Additionally, Stirlin have recently contributed money towards the Parish projects fund, which will support the funding of village projects, such as the regeneration of the Bridge Street Conservation Area and the exciting installation of a skate park at the Memorial Field.

James Kirby, Managing Director at Stirlin says “We are very active within the West Lindsey district, particularly within the Saxilby and Ingelby Parish, with numerous commercial and residential developments located in the district. This includes Parman Court, Riverside Enterprise Park, Stirlin Court and the proposed commercial site, Enterprise West Lindsey.

We are extremely pleased to contribute towards community projects and various improvements within the area, helping to create a flourishing place for people to live and work.”

Lydia Smithson, Assistant Clerk at Saxilby with Ingleby Parish Council says “As a Council we are supportive of new employment opportunities in the parish in-line with our Neighbourhood Plan and it is great to see local businesses such as Stirlin Developments getting involved in the local community and supporting our objective of improving community facilities.

“Their support, including installing play area fencing and providing trees, has helped us deliver a fantastic play area, which is being exceptionally well used and enjoyed by the community and visitors.”